Recent technical glitches at Facebook have exposed the private lives of millions of users. Although U.S. senators and privacy groups have filed complaints with the FTC against Facebook, it appears there may be no limit to the number of features Facebook launches each month, frequently provoking concerns about privacy. (5/19) Wall Street Journal. Note that corporations and individuals, such as insurance companies and investigators, may gain access to your personal information on social networking sites and view or gather your information, photos and the like. If you are involved or later become involved in litigation, your case may be negatively affected. To insure your privacy, take care in what information you place on the net. At some time in the future, the whole planet may have access to your personal information.
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